Clearstrip™

Environmentally safe paint remover designed to remove multiple layers in one action. 

Features & Benefits: Clearstrip is a low-odor, environmentally safe paint and varnish remover designed to remove multiple layers in one application. As a gel, it clings well to vertical surfaces and absorbs the paint for easy clean up. Will not raise wood grain. Use inside or outside on most rigid surfaces including wood, concrete, and brick. Also removes epoxy and polyurethane. Non-caustic and non-flammable. Water clean up.

 

 

 

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DescriptionUnitQtyPrice
1 Quart
$19.35
1 Gallon
$62.30
5 Gallon
$233.70

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Customer Questions & Answers

    How many years is ClearStrip gel usable if it's still in the sealed, unopened container?
  1. Q How many years is ClearStrip gel usable if it's still in the sealed, unopened container? answer now
    Asked by Lee on May 8, 2020 12:34 pm
    Answered by the admin

    It should have at least a one year shelf life.

  2. Will this work on oil based paint?
  3. Q Will this work on oil based paint? answer now
    Asked by Kim Calvert on April 18, 2020 10:16 am
    Answered by the admin

    ClearStrip will remove most kinds of paint, varnish and other coatings such as standard epoxy and polyurethane.

  4. Will this remove lead paint and milk paint?
  5. Q Will this remove lead paint and milk paint? answer now
    Asked by Patrick on November 14, 2019 6:00 pm
    Answered by the admin ClearStrip will remove most kinds of paint, varnish and other coatings such as standard epoxy and polyurethane from wood, concrete, masonry, brick, plaster, metal, stone and fiberglass. For other materials, testing is recommended.
  6. What are the best material of chemical resistant gloves to work with this (the most resistant to breakdown with this chemical)? For example: nitrile, neoprene, PVC, etc?
  7. Q What are the best material of chemical resistant gloves to work with this (the most resistant to ...... Read more answer now
    Asked by John on September 30, 2019 10:39 am
    Answered by the admin

    This is a water-based stripped. Any type of good quality glove should be fine.

  8. Is it okay to use on glass?
  9. Q Is it okay to use on glass? answer now
    Asked by John on September 30, 2019 10:12 am
    A What are the best material of chemical resistant gloves to work with this (the most resistant to breakdown with this chemical)? For example: nitrile, neoprene, PVC, etc?
    Answered by the admin

    We haven't tried it on glass. You could try a small test area to be sure.

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Customer Reviews

  1. Tom

    Works fast. Easy clean up. No odor and no chemical burns.

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